Joel Cohen Montreal

August 1st, 2012 - Posted by Admin

There is something to be said about investing in small cap companies. The g factor or growth. It is likely easier for a $25M company to become a $100M company than for a $50B company to become a $200B company. Smaller companies with good growth prospects can make excellent investments provided the right candidates are meticulously selected. I recently spoke to corporate consultant Joel Cohen from Montreal who said “A smaller company operating in a large industry does not need to capture a significant portion of that market in order to increase its value several times over. Provided that the company is innovative and has a good competitive edge, it can capture a small sometimes unnoticeable portion of a market while giving investors spectacular returns in the process.” Joel Cohen is a corporate finance executive based in Montreal who consults for companies mostly in the technology space on matters such as financing, corporate structuring, going public transactions and strategic growth. Joel Cohen also said that with the potential for higher returns comes higher risk, so it is important to perform a thorough due diligence before investing. One of those risks can be the inability of some of those companies to attract timely capital. This is one area where Joel Cohen can assist, “We offer our clients a vast array of services from preparing business plans and detailed financial projections to drafting and filing public company disclosure documents, assisting with corporate audits and working on growth strategies with our clients,” says Mr. Cohen, “This way our clients can rely on one group for their needs rather than having to go look for multiple service providers. We are selective though,” he adds, “and work with companies that we believe have significant potential for growth.” Recently one of Mr. Cohen’s clients ranked as a top IPO perfomer on the TSX venture. Joel Cohen holds a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation and has a bachelor of finance from Concordia University in Montreal and has lectured in business valuation in the McGill University MBA program in Montreal.

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